“Scarlet Betrayal” from Lucia Films

Now available from Lucia Films! A custom in a classic vein. In this alternate timeline we get to see a younger Agent Scarlet and Brodrick the Bullet at the moment of his defection from the Agency.

Engineered by the most powerful crime boss in Nocturne City, what follows is a brutal betrayal and an even more brutal battle. Witness the moment that defined the rivalry of the agencies two top agents through the often dire lens of the Dark Universe timeline. Winner takes all!

Will feature:

-Loads of combat.
-Low Blows
-Stomach Impacts
-Back/Spine Abuse
-Bear Hugging
-Throat Lifts/Wall Slams.
-Torture Rack
-Brief Crawling
-Boot Party
-Simulated Sex
-Costume Destruction/Removal

Lucia Films Note: Upon reviewing the screenshots it occurs to me that it looks pretty one-sided in these! I assure you, Scarlet gives quite the fight through most of the film. She is a tough heroine!

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45 Responses

  1. Sugarcoater says:

    Speaking of sequences we like, I love seeing the heroine held up by her top. The villain grips the top part of the uniform and stretches it out as he drags her up to her knees or pulls her around the room.

  2. Dr says:

    I saw the video and I just want to congratulate the studio for their decision (well, that’s a custom but it still counts) to create a peril video with not a superheroine in it! Don’t get me wrong, I like superheroines as well, but you can see them everywhere these days. It’s good to see a police story once in a while!
    Coco in her business attire/agent uniform is amazing and I would really like to see her in the same outfit more than once.
    The only thing that I would add to the video is more strangulation (and especially at the ending), as when it comes to that kind of peril, Coco performance is always more than amazing.
    In any case, keep up the good work guys!

    • Max says:

      Yes the business outfit is very nice and sexy! Its a pity for me, that there is no chloroform content in this clip. Would be nice to see her again in that outfit with maybe at least one chloroforming scene. Or see Coco anyway in a future clip from Lucia getting the chloth, you guys did such a good job in Prisoner Eternity for this kind of K.O. method

      • -LuciaFilms- says:

        I was a little worried about the business attire at first, but that was erased the moment she walked on set. What a powerful profile she cut! Was almost a shame to slowly have it torn off over the course of the film. If you really dig on Chloro scenes and you like our film style Max, Thief of Wonder also has an extended Chloro scene you might enjoy as well!

        • redmanx says:

          I think Coco looks even hotter and sexier in these everyday clothes! This is the best performance Ive yet seen from Coco. I was not always so enamoured with her acting abilities but now I believe she is one of the very best in the genre. The movie itself is excellent with a very good, believable plot and two excellent villains and incredibly brutal, well choreographed fights which Coco handles superbly, as she does the sexual content. Lucia Films are setting a spanking pace!

    • -LuciaFilms- says:

      Being a personal fan of those kinds of scenes, rest assured they will continue to crop up in our movies!
      Thank you for the kind words and I am glad the lack of a costumed heroine was of interest to you! Heroines come in all shapes, sizes, colours and styles and I think variety is a beautiful thing. Not for everyone, certain. But Definitely something we enjoy!

  3. Endofallthings says:

    Well..it’s the “Dark Universe”…dare I ask…does Scarlet survive beyond the end of the video? It’s not a deal breaker for me if she does, but I do like a bad end…

    • -LuciaFilms- says:

      The “Dark Universe” timelines will probably never have a happy ending. So if that is an interest of yours you will be in good company for anything in those timelines. That is essentially the purpose of those designations, to help people know what they are going to find at the end of the proverbial rainbow. Any Heroine who ends up in a Dark Universe timeline is just… going to have a bad time. You reminded me that I need to update the setting page with entries from this film, thanks!

      To answer your question directly though, expect a big red X over her picture.

  4. Jacques says:

    Although I rarely purchase HIP and SHIP videos, I bought Scarlet Betrayal as I was intrigued by the trailer and the possibility of the film containing sustained combat action. I was not disappointed. I have to say that this is a pretty terrific video. It is a first rate production; lighting, cinematography and camera angles are great. I was most impressed with the combat action, it was sustained back and forth action with the heroine holding her own throughout much of the film. She is gradually worn down until she is defeated, quite the beatdown. The number of punches and kicks to all parts of the body were ‘astronomical’. Awesome performances by the actress who can dish it out and sell the peril and the two male actors, who incidentally were well dressed as all male villains should be.
    I don’t know if Mr. Lucia does blood, but a small amount at the corners of the mouth would have been a nice touch.
    Anyway, I was most impressed with the film and I very highly recommend it.

    • -LuciaFilms- says:

      Thanks Jacques! As mentioned in another post, the combat was definitely what we tried to really zero in on. It was important to the client and so it was important to us. It is a gratifying thing to know that it was successful for many viewers and we will try to carry on some of the things we learned from making this to future products.

    • redmanx says:

      I totally agree!

  5. PB says:

    I just wanted to pop in to give my review of the movie. I’m the one who ordered this custom. 🙂

    I was all around very impressed with the movie. I asked for brutal action and boy did Lucia films deliver. The choreography is the best I’ve seen in the genre. There are tons of creative moves on display here, and lots of hard hits. A lot of SH films where the heroine is double teamed tend to have one villain stand around and watch while the other does all the work. I’m very happy that this is not the case for this film. Both villains contribute in the 2v1 fight, often times getting in the way of one another, giving Scarlet the chance to get the upper hand.

    The pacing is on point, none of the scenes drag out. Camera work is excellent. The film is accompanied by some hard hitting sound effects and dramatic music that is well suited to each scene. Coco does a fantastic job both kicking ass and selling the peril. Her reactions to some of the heavier stunning blows are amazing. Both of the villains did a fantastic job as well.

    Great job by all involved! This couldn’t have been an easy one. Hope you had fun filming it!

    • -LuciaFilms- says:

      This is the post that matters the most! Thank you so much for reaching out to us with your vision. It was certainly a challenging project with all of the combat elements but everyone enjoyed working on it. The foremost hope was that you would be satisfied with the final product and everyone (myself included) breathed out a big sigh of relief when we read this. Everyone at Lucia Films thanks you for the collaboration!

  6. Mibo says:

    Does it contain KOs or just beatdowns?

  7. Callidus says:


    Fight somehow goes through 3 phases while still remaining fresh. Heroine gets legitimately defeated each time she succumbs to the villains – it doesn’t feel forced by the script.

    The pacing of this video was outstanding – someone took care to ensure that each portion/phase of fighting, humiliation, and sexual peril lasted exactly as long as it needed to before it felt drawn out.

    And that ending. It was refreshing as hell to not see an absurd build up to those last moments. You get to see the heroine defeated from multiple angles like many fans enjoy, but then the villain gets to business.

    Loved it. High-level directing in my opinion. Who needs special effects when you have brilliant fight choreography and camera work!

  8. Teh Nub says:

    To those who bought, could anyone tell me how much belly punching there is in this? Specifically how much belly punching while she still has her clothes on?

  9. Raymond Reddington says:

    For those who were anxious to buy this, the product is online on the SHG website.

    • Mike says:

      I purchased it as soon as it went online. I really enjoyed it, Coco put in a great performance as did the rest of the crew. The fight scenes are very good.

    • -LuciaFilms- says:

      So it is! Wasn’t supposed to be released yet but there was a miscommunication with our distributor. Reading this was actually what keyed me into it. I didn’t even know! Hahaha, oops! But yes, it is up now. We hope it is enjoyed.

  10. TheGermanGuy says:

    Looks really great! In my opinion, Lucia Films is a rising star in this Genre.

  11. Fite says:

    I like Coco.But some new actress in our genre would be very welcome. Just my opinion.

    • Bob says:

      I’m with you 100%. Then again as a Layla fan I certainly wouldn’t complain if she was in this many movies.

    • TheGermanGuy says:

      Some more Ashley Lane Videos would be great but Coco is always a good choice too

    • Darkwrath016 says:

      Here’s my hot take on this one. I feel as though this is just a natural consequence of customs era we now live in. That along with Coco, who is an R-rated actress, living in the same area as so many other producers who for reasons unbeknownst to me all seem to live in the pacific northwest. Coco is probably just the most available and cheapest R rated actress (no offense). Virtually all the others save for Amber and Belle, live in California. That just means having to dish out more upfront cost for hotel room, transportation and air fare for out of state actresses, all of which would take a serious chuck out of potential profits. Back in the glory days of the genre (six or so years back) producers might have been willingly to take a chance on having a more expensive actress but our genre has reached a maturity point in the business cycle where only the most efficient producers can compete on a regular basis. That means either having a really dedicated fan base or, as is the case here, relying on a handful of customers taking the role of ‘executive producer’ to finance films in exchange for them taking enjoyment out of it. And with customs costing thousands of dollars to finance, most people taking the role of executive producer will opt to keep costs down. It also doesn’t help that Coco is both a) fairly good and b) fairly popular.

      • -LuciaFilms- says:

        There is a lot of truth in this post! These films are crazy expensive to produce and taking customs with local actresses is a PROFOUNDLY helpful thing. So you will occasionally see someone show up and be hyper featured for a while. It won’t be all anyone shoots forever of course, but you can definitely understand why it is an ideal arrangement for a few shoots.

        Our personal stance on customs (Lucia Films) is that they help us keep forward momentum (and the lights on!) and when we have a bit of capital built up we can try something crazy that we have.. no idea if people will like or not but hopefully something they haven’t seen before. Or maybe with a particularly expensive actress to really bring something new in. That’s the plan anyhow! So far, so good!

        They present interesting challenges for certain. At some point I (personally) was considering writing an article about our experiences doing customs and what we’ve learned from them as a company. There are a lot of fascinating elements tied to doing them that people might find interesting to know about behind the scenes. They are a fun, fascinating challenge for certain. Very different from producing your own movies.

      • Jacques says:

        I am a co producer/executive producer. I work with a French producer and we use only French women. I pay for the complete custom. Usually we do a two day shoot with plenty of outdoor footage. There was even a scene filmed right at the entrance of Le Louvre and one inside an airport terminal. My story focused videos feature a lot of dialogue as per a very detailed script. Yes the films can be quite expensive, north of $3000.

      • Imagineer says:

        I hope she doesn’t burn out.

        Her frequent experience is probably helping her raise the bar to the point that out-of-towners may not be able to clear it.

    • Ximi says:

      I personally don’t mind seeing same actress repeatly, as long as she performs different ways in those videos. For example, Coco’s acting in the last couple of Lucas work is fairly refreshing, and IMHO , superior to many her previous works. As long as we keep that it’s fine to me…

  12. Honest Fish says:

    the first one was awesome. all of the dialogue that hinted at what happened before made it all feel more personal. so glad that one is being made about their past!

    • -LuciaFilms- says:

      Excited to show it! Though do keep in mind this is an alternate timeline, so you can consider the ending of this film non “canon” for that storyline, if you are interested in keeping up with it. This is being shot as part of the Dark Timeline sooooo don’t expect a happy ending! Everything leading up to the demise of particular characters can be considered canonical though.

  13. Kevlar says:

    Looks amazing! Those low blow situations look especially awesome, a lot is to do with the reaction shot and Image-13 looks great!
    Love the Secret Agent angle. Love the skirt. Love the panties. And loving what looks like more combat action.

    I only recently picked up Scarlet Reunion, but really enjoyed the number of times Coco fought back in that one. The fight choreography and camera angles looked especially professional too, a step up from what I’m used to.
    Even the sexual scenes which I don’t normally care much for much were particularly good e.g. Coco actually getting her crotch rubbed as opposed to the “floating hand” that a lot of producers do.
    I do recommend it!

    Glad to hear Scarlet fights back plenty in this one too, it’s refreshing from the usual one-sided fights where once the heroine starts her downfall, she never recovers. Venture No More looked a little dark for my taste, but if this is anything like Scarlet Reunion, then I can’t wait. Looking forward to this!

    • -LuciaFilms- says:

      Thank you for the high praise on Reunion! That was a super fun film to make, everyone just… really had a good time shooting it and I think it shows in the final product. Scarlet as a character is a nod to Black Widow type heroines and we feel it is important to sell her physical competence and martial prowess well. She cannot rely upon super powers to illustrate her strength like many heroines. Thrilled to hear that is showing through!

      As for the “Floating Hand” aspect. From a production perspective, that actually has more to do with the actress comfort levels than directorial choice most of the time. So a lot of the time when you see “floating hands” or other stand-offish elements when it comes to touching, it is probably at the request of the actress. So, don’t be too hard on the producers! It is… shall we say… “out of their hands?”

      Okay. No more puns.

  14. Darkwrath016 says:

    2nd time in as many videos you’ve intrigued me Lucia. Definitely getting this one when it comes out.

  15. Ztc says:

    So I’m guessing the tentacle one is out late this month/early next month can’t wait. You seem to be a great editor by the timing of filming and the length of time before upload.

    • -LuciaFilms- says:

      Tentacle one is a bit down the timeline, yes! It is going to require a gratuitous amount of editing and so it is a bit lower priority than some of the customs we are working on filling out- even though it is probably one of the funnest/most ridiculous things we’ve worked on. It is going to be great.

  16. RenNStimpy says:

    Nice haha

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